The first technically real haiku to appear on Stop Motion Haiku.

My tribute to Emily Dickinson, shot in Madrid, Spain.

Three words, 45 seconds. The first half is made from cut-up 1950s travel magazines. Second half is a time-lapse shot in Prague, Czech Republic.

My dad isn’t sure what to think of this whole stop motion thing. So, what better way to wish him a Happy Father’s Day than with one of these?

Here’s my first attempt at time-lapse text animation, from about a year ago. Special thanks to Syracuse, N.Y., the 25th cloudiest city in America, for making this video possible.

I manipulated the lighting to achieve that real-life drop shadow beneath the text. No computer-generated nonsense.

My first proper short story, clocking in at a whopping two minutes and 11 seconds.

There’s no saving these experimental time-lapse typography videos, but I’m sharing them with you anyway.

After Effects does a great job of mimicking the real world—but nothing beats the real world.

A quirky animated text sentence, badly narrated